New STAR tax rebate payments are arriving months sooner than Gov. Kathy Hochul originally projected, weeks before the June 28 primary.
Hochul and state legislators, who are also up for re-election this year, authorised the rebate programme in the state budget.
Given growing costs and national inflation, the Department of Tax and Finance is striving to give these benefits to eligible homeowners as swiftly as possible
The check goes to low-income homeowners.it's New Yorkers' biggest refund ever. Cost: $2.2 billion. Upstate NY averages $970. 2.5 million households receive it.
The check is an extra STAR payment. This money arrives weeks before September school taxes in the suburbs and July in the city.
"Homeowner Tax Rebate" Owners need not apply. Income tax filings determine eligibility. The government has begun issuing checks to eligible homes.
The cheques come with a statement that says, "Governor Hochul and the New York State Legislature are granting you this Homeowner Tax Rebate check."
Suozzi tweeted, "Kathy Hochul's unscrupulous attempt to buy primary votes doesn't address NYS' high taxes."
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